UK LS Census Linkage Launch Event – registration now closed
Registration for the UK Census Linkage Launch Event is now closed, and we are very pleased to say that all tickets were taken! We look forward to meeting those of you who were lucky enough to get one.
event information (booking now closed)
Join us for an event announcing the linkage of 2011 Census data to the UK Longitudinal Studies (ONS LS, SLS and NILS). This will be held on Thursday 6th March 2014 at Church House, London from 1.30 – 6.00pm.
The afternoon will include discussion of technical aspects of the data linkage process, as well as presentations from beta-test researchers giving a flavour of the wide range of topics that can be explored using the data.
The event also sees the launch of two related projects:
- Census & Administrative data LongitudinaL Studies Hub (CALLS Hub)
- Synthetic Data Estimation for the UK Longitudinal Studies (SYLLS)
- Prof Emily Grundy, Dept of Social Policy, London School of Economics and Political Science
- Dr Nicola Shelton, Director of CeLSIUS, University College London. Introduction to the new Census 2011 data.
- Prof Chris Dibben, Director of LSCS, University of Edinburgh. Introduction to CALLS Hub and eDatashield.
- Dr Adam Dennett, CASA, University College London. Introduction to the Synthetic Data Estimation for the UK Longitudinal Studies project (SYLLS).
- Dr Mark McCann, Institute of Child Care Research, Queen’s University Belfast. Social and economic transitions and their effect on young people’s health and social wellbeing
- Dr David Wright, Centre for Public Health, Queen’s University Belfast. Does religious exogamy (mixed marriage) increase the risk of marital dissolution in Northern Ireland?
- Prof Tony Champion, Centre for Urban & Regional Development Studies, Newcastle University. Are we becoming more migratory? An analysis of internal migration rates, 1971-2011
- Dr James Robards, Social Statistics & Demography, University of Southampton. Characteristics of and living arrangements amongst informal carers at the 2011 and 2001 Censuses: stability, change and transition
- Dr Franz Buscha, Centre for Employment Research, University of Westminster. Inter-cohort trends in intergenerational mobility in England and Wales: income, status, and class (InTIME)